Great answer would be:
"Here, use this driver and now you have 32/96!" (or at least 24/48)
Sobering answer would be:
"Sorry, we have a 16 bit DSP so there is no point in sending 24 or 32 bits to the Control Box even though it has a 32 bit headphone DAC."
Unfortunate answer would be:
"Yes, the Control Box operates at 32 bits, but unfortunately nobody works on that driver anymore, so you are stuck at 16 bits."
Bad answer would be:
Nobody wants to talk about it, so I am left in the dark wondering...
Note, I have read every Centurion review I could find, and nobody seemed to mention this as a limitation.
Does ANYONE see more than 16 bits from their Centurion device driver?
Note, my motherboard is a recent ASUS Prime Z490-P with USB 3.2 ports and such. I tried plugging the Centurion into all the various USB ports and always got 16 bits max from the driver.